North Pacific Ocean animal life


Some of the animals who live in the North Pacific Ocean include:

Stejneger's beaked whales, sometimes known as the "Bering Sea beaked whale" or the "Saber-toothed whale," are little known members of
Like other dolphins of the genus Stenella, these are relatively small dolphins, reaching lengths of 6 to 7 feet (2 m) and
Dwarf sperm whales are in the family Kogiidae. They can reach lengths of up to about 9 feet (2.7 m) and
Sei whales (pronounced "say" or "sigh") are members of the baleen whale family and are considered one of the "great
Fin whales are the second-largest species of whale, with a maximum length of about 75 feet (22 m) in the Northern Hemisphere,
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Cetacea Family: Delphinidae Genus: Sousa Species: chinensis TOOTHED or TOOTHLESS (BALEEN): Toothed FRESHWATER,
Harbor porpoises have a small, robust body with a short, blunt beak. Females are slightly larger than males. They have
California sea lions are members of the "eared seal" family, Otariidae. They are the most recognized pinniped species, because they
Pygmy sperm whales are small members of the toothed whale group, and one of two species in the family Kogiidae.
Northern fur seals are members of the "eared seal" family (Otariidae). They have a stocky body, small head, and a